Assists Welcome to your Assists Quiz. You should answer all the questions in this quiz by selecting the MOST correct answer. Once completed, you can submit the quiz for marking. The results will be emailed to you. This can be used to confirm your participation in the training module. Name Email for Results When must life jackets be worn during an assist?During the tow,As soon as the vessel calls for assistance.As soon as the rescue vessel is spottedAfter the radio call and assistance is offered.Who gets a printed copy of the Assist Sheet?Anyone who needs it.The CrewSubsequent radio operatorsThe Skipper of the Rescue Vessel going out for the assistWhat processes are used to ensure the correct vessel is entered into the G-Log?All are appropriate processesChecking the spelling of the vessel nameChecking mobile phone numbersChecking Boat RegistrationOnce the Rescue Vessel has been dispatched the radio operator must ...Both are appropriate actionsKeep a close eye on the AIS screen as necessaryMonitor the progress through the sit reps providedWhen helping a vessel requesting an assist, it is important to confirm that ...All are importantThe vessel is at anchorThe V Sheet is available for displayLife jackets are ready to be put on.If the assisted vessel radios in to log off AFTER being logged off as a thrird party log off by our rescue vessel, you should enter the call as a ...RequestLog OffSit RepAssistThe Nature of the Problem recorded in the ASSIST sheet will enable the crew to plan their course of action.TrueFalseOnce the ASSIST sheet is saved, the details and the data goes to ...Comment section of the G-LogThe printerThe Radio OfficerNowhereWhen you click the ASSIST tab ... An Assist Template will loadNothingNothing until you click SAVEYou will be prompted by a THIRD PARTY log offIt is critical to enter the correct vessel in G-Log because ...All are appropriate reasonswe need to monitor and supervise the correct vessel.we need to know which vessel to look for in an emergency.we need to know which vessel to log off.Time is Up!